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Sabab can be thought of as a mixture of the following: Cause or Occasion.While 'illa can be thought of as the Basis, or rationale for a stance or a ruling. As brother Mohammad Saeed Al-Rahawan has mentioned: Intoxication, and all of its personal and social ills, is the basis ('Illah) for the prohibition of Alcholol. On the other hand, Ramadan is the (Sabab)...


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Sabab is used as synonym for 'illah, and the two are often used interchangeably. Yet the ulema of usul tend to use sabab in reference to devotional matters (ibadat) but use 'illah in all other contexts. Thus it is said that the arrival of Ramadan is the cause (sabab) of fasting but that intoxication is the 'illah of the prohibition in wine-drinking.


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In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, Most Merciful All praise and thanks are due to God, the Lord of the worlds. We cannot find words to praise Him, as He only sees fit how laudation should be addressed to Him. We seek refuge in God from the evils within ourselves and the evils of our bad deeds. Whosoever God guides will never be led astray, and ...


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After distribution of the fixed shares, all of the remainder goes to the عصبة . ألحقوا الفرائض بأهلها فما بقي فهو لأولى رجل ذكر Give the shares to those who are entitled to them, and what remains over goes to the nearest male heir. — Bukhari and Muslim In this case the closest eligible blood relations would be brothers, and sisters in the ...


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When he initiates salam, if you alone are present then it is compulsory for you to respond to him. However if there are multiple people present then it is sufficient for any one of them to respond.


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Firstly: The beginning of greet with the Salam is a desirable Sunnah, and its response is a duty (Wagb) in unanimous. Secondly: If the two Muslims meet, and each of them greets over to the other, then if they go for a while and then met again - even close - it is better to greet one of the other, even if repeated repeatedly. Evidence of this is what Abu ...


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To make this as brief and simple as I can, these are the rules regarding this issue: Every thing comes out of penis (Except semen) is Najis (you need to wash your clothes off it, in case any of it spelled on them.), and they require only wodo. Semen is the only non Najis emission, but you need to do a full body ghusal after it, in case the semen came out ...


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I believe what you think, are your thoughts, in fact these are not your thoughts. That's what Shetan (Devil) brings to your mind, if you do not pay attention at all and you do not discuss such things with others, (stay totally disconnected from it) you are all good. Keep your self busy in zikar


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You cannot stop your taught, god gives you the ability to think in many different ways included thinking sexual about anyone, so i don't believe it's your fault for thinking somting like that. trust me your not the only one with taught like this.


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Children are blameless as they have no control over the actions of their parents. They are not enslaved as punishment since such a thing is illogical, just because someone gets the short end of the stick does not mean that Islam's intent is to punish them. Rather, the rationale for making it permitted to enslave them is: Custodianship The parents are ...


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